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Ronald Reagan History

1982 - President Reagan did an interview with Hugh Sidney of TIME Magazine.

1983 - President Reagan signed a proclamation that designated September 3, 1983 as a day of national celebration for the 200th Anniversary of the Signing of the Treaty of Paris.

1984 - U.S. President Ronald Reagan was preparing for his weekly radio broadcast when, during testing of the microphone, the President jokingly said of the Soviet Union, "My fellow Americans, I am pleased to tell you that I just signed legislation that would outlaw Russia forever. We begin bombing in five minutes."

1987 - President Reagan and Vice President Bush participated in a swearing-in ceremony for Alan Greenspan as Chairman of the Federal Reserve System.

1988 - President Reagan attended a Signing Ceremony for the Drought Assistance Bill.

1988 - President Reagan was interviewed by Hugh Sidey of Time Magazine.

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"No longer must government be allowed to ride roughshod, absorbing the people's wealth, usurping their rights, and crushing their spirit."
- President Reagan, November 11, 1982




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